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post #9301 of 28664
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post


Oh I should say so. Awesome combo.

No experience with the suit maker, but the colours' a winning mix.

Cheers, Harvey! cheers.gif
post #9302 of 28664

Hi guys, 

 

Just got a quick question, hope you can help me out.

 

I'm starting a job tomorrow and was told the dress code was 'fairly casual'. It's going to be cold so a sweater will be involved. 

 

So, I have a gray polo, with a small white line on the collar. Then I have button down shirts: Plain white; Sky blue and white vertical stripes (blue more prominent color); One similar to this, same colors but smaller/more squares http://is02.thegumtree.com/image/extrabig/70302050.jpg

 

Then I have 2 black v-necks. One is slightly off-black and a bit thicker than the other blacker, cashmere-type, thinner one.

 

Thanks for all your help, I'll probably be wearing black trousers and black shoes. Too much black? Ergh. Anyway, thanks again smile.gif

post #9303 of 28664
Likely the worng place for this, but can someone tell me how to edit my "Ignore List" in the new format?
post #9304 of 28664
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Originally Posted by Dee123 View Post

Hi guys, 

 

Just got a quick question, hope you can help me out.

 

I'm starting a job tomorrow and was told the dress code was 'fairly casual'. It's going to be cold so a sweater will be involved. 

 

So, I have a gray polo, with a small white line on the collar. Then I have button down shirts: Plain white; Sky blue and white vertical stripes (blue more prominent color); One similar to this, same colors but smaller/more squares http://is02.thegumtree.com/image/extrabig/70302050.jpg

 

Then I have 2 black v-necks. One is slightly off-black and a bit thicker than the other blacker, cashmere-type, thinner one.

 

Thanks for all your help, I'll probably be wearing black trousers and black shoes. Too much black? Ergh. Anyway, thanks again smile.gif


You shouldn't be wearing anything that is black unless it is shoes. My first day to work I would wear a suit and then gauge how I want to dress based on the other people you work with. I would wear a navy, or charcoal suit. If you don't have that, throw out the idea of a polo shirt all together and wear a sport coat, or blazer, or even a sweater over a dress shirt. Stay away from black!
post #9305 of 28664
How do I to tie a tie with a small indent below the knot?
500
post #9306 of 28664
Fidget with it.
post #9307 of 28664
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Fidget with it.

LOL!

Use three fingers to pull the blade through the knot - using your middle finger (no joke) to hold the middle down while pushing both sides together with your other two fingers. This causes the 'dimple' to embed itself in the knot as you pull the blade through. Your dimple will last all day!

Or - as I often do while tying my tie in a moving car while steering with my knee............"Fidget with it" fistbump.gif
post #9308 of 28664
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Are Allen Edmond Strands good dress casual/suit shoes? How's the quality? Sizing? They're currently on sale for $200, and they look pretty schnazzy:

500

Excellent shoe, especially at that price.
post #9309 of 28664
How would you sew up the side vents of a DJ by hand?
Lay the whole thing flat down, fixate it with needles and then do some kind of hidden slip-stitch?
Just go through the inner fabric layer of the overlapping (rear) part of the jacket and then through the top fabric layer of the side section of the jacket?
And I think you would have to do those stitches pretty close to the edge of the overlapping jacket part, otherwise you would see the edge, right?
post #9310 of 28664
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Originally Posted by Dee123 View Post

Hi guys, 

 

Just got a quick question, hope you can help me out.

 

I'm starting a job tomorrow and was told the dress code was 'fairly casual'. It's going to be cold so a sweater will be involved. 

 

So, I have a gray polo, with a small white line on the collar. Then I have button down shirts: Plain white; Sky blue and white vertical stripes (blue more prominent color); One similar to this, same colors but smaller/more squares http://is02.thegumtree.com/image/extrabig/70302050.jpg

 

Then I have 2 black v-necks. One is slightly off-black and a bit thicker than the other blacker, cashmere-type, thinner one.

 

Thanks for all your help, I'll probably be wearing black trousers and black shoes. Too much black? Ergh. Anyway, thanks again smile.gif

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


You shouldn't be wearing anything that is black unless it is shoes. My first day to work I would wear a suit and then gauge how I want to dress based on the other people you work with. I would wear a navy, or charcoal suit. If you don't have that, throw out the idea of a polo shirt all together and wear a sport coat, or blazer, or even a sweater over a dress shirt. Stay away from black!

Suit is too much, I think. If the dress code is 'fairly casual', I don't think a suit would be expected or appropriate.

But no polo shirts either, especially under a sweater. Wear the plain white or blue button down shirt (and you should be getting more of those), with a tie, medium gray pants of some sort, and one of your black sweaters. A black sweater with black pants is WAY too much black.

You're going to need to buy some adult clothing that's not black. Khakis in khaki, gray, olive, cream. Perhaps wool trousers in various colors. Sweaters- burgundy, medium or light gray, navy. A few more dress shirts- white and light blue are good basics and should be your default shirts, simple stripes and checks for branching out. Keep the colors light. A few ties. They may or may not be expected, but very good to have.

Don't even think about polos unless you see significant numbers of coworkers at your level doing it. Make sure you're aware of the culture before dressing more casually.
post #9311 of 28664
Anyone know the quality of Rugby Ralph Lauren suits. Are they fully canvased? Worth it on sale? I just like the fit but not sure if it's worth it. Other very slim fitting suit recommendations are welcome.
post #9312 of 28664
They're not fully canvassed, no. I haven't checked them lately to say more.
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I need a proxy located in the US willing to ship to Sweden. Anyone?
post #9314 of 28664
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Anyone know the quality of Rugby Ralph Lauren suits. Are they fully canvased? Worth it on sale? I just like the fit but not sure if it's worth it. Other very slim fitting suit recommendations are welcome.

Word on the street is that the more expensive ones (in the $600 range before sale) are designed by Caruso in Italy. While not fully canvassed I have heard rumblings of half canvassed somewhere. Never seen one of the jackets first hand so can't go into too much detail. Sorry for the half information.
post #9315 of 28664
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post


Word on the street is that the more expensive ones (in the $600 range before sale) are designed by Caruso in Italy. While not fully canvassed I have heard rumblings of half canvassed somewhere. Never seen one of the jackets first hand so can't go into too much detail. Sorry for the half information.


I have seen them, there is a lot about them that is not great. They are only half lined, no canvas, short, very short. The fabric isn't great, however the shoulders are nice. Single vents, too.
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